Penthouse magazine volume 6 number 12 1971 crease & small tear on cover

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Penthouse magazine volume 6 number 12 1971 crease & small tear on cover

Penthouse magazine volume 6 number 12 1971 crease & small tear on cover

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U.S forces then clandestinely enter East Germany in an attempt to reach the crash but are thwarted by Soviet forces. This photograph is not just a representation of Gillian and Peter; it is an invitation for all who view it to reminisce about their own journeys through love's labyrinthine paths. She later moved to London to continue her modelling career with numerous appearances in newspapers, magazines and advertisements. Astronauts Gus Grissom, Edward White and Roger Chaffee are killed in a fire during a test of the Apollo 1 spacecraft at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida. In this nostalgic print from 1979, we see actress Gillian Duxbury alongside a large-sized model of the popular electronic game "Merlin".

We assist them in setting their prints free for future generations to access and appreciate them and their historical value. This page will put a light upon the Gillian Duxbury bio, wiki, age, birthday, family details, dating, trivia, photos, lesser-known facts, and more. Gillian Duxbury is a British actress and model who has appeared in several popular TV series including The Sweeney (1975), The Professionals (1978), and The Two Ronnies (1973). She continued her modelling and TV career including appearing as a "dolly dealer" on the Bruce Forsyth game show "Play Your Cards Right" in 1982.The Professionals is a British crime-action television drama series produced by Avengers Mark1 Productions for London Weekend Television (LWT) that aired on the ITV network from 1977 to 1983. She is an actress and model who has appeared in several popular TV series including The Sweeney (1975), The Professionals (1978), and The Two Ronnies (1973). Their body language effortlessly conveys the warmth and intimacy shared between two souls deeply in love. Reaching London, conversely, was much easier, because the approach was over German territory and water.

She worked in boutiques in Preston and also won the Miss Blackburn contest before attending modelling school in Manchester. Gillian Duxbury and a large size model of the electronic game " Merlin", with 6 year old Julia and 7 year old Grant, also with other toys sold at Woolworths. Press photos have been available to the public for just a few years, and similar to baseball cards, they have attracted investors and collectors.If you have any unfortunate news that this page should be update with, please let us know using this form. The image captures the essence of entertainment in the 1970s, where handheld electronic games like Merlin were all the rage.

Gillian exudes an air of elegance with her radiant smile and flowing locks cascading down her shoulders. The Daily Mirror Studio serves as their backdrop, adding a touch of nostalgia to this timeless image. This snapshot captures a moment frozen in time—a testament to the power of romance that transcends generations. As they strike a pose for a feature on young lovers, their affectionate embrace speaks volumes about the depth of their connection.This is the text that will appear on the about page and should be a description of what this topic is. Gillian Duxbury's radiant smile mirrors the excitement that these innovative games brought to children and adults alike. The value of original Press Photos prints has been steadily increasing in value and is expected to to continue doing so. In this photograph from April 1975, models Gillian Duxbury and Peter Glancy beautifully embody the essence of young love. As we gaze upon this enchanting scene, we are reminded of our own experiences with affection and companionship—of stolen glances, stolen kisses, and stolen hearts.



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